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Review: BlueAnt X5 bloody good Party Speaker
It’s portable, battery-powered, small and looks pretty good but still manages to pack a real punch.
BlueAnt brings the party home with the X5 speaker
With a proven record of sound-quality at an affordable price, this speaker is bound to be a bestseller in the portable party speaker market.
Hands-on review: BlueAnt X3 speaker: Local, affordable and good quality!?
BlueAnt’s newest product is a sturdy Bluetooth portable speaker that is being released at just $239.95. But is it any good? Yes. Yes it is.
Hands-on review: The Harman Kardon Onyx Studio 5
When I connected from my laptop, I was literally blown away. There is no doubt plenty of volume to please those with no regard for their tympanic membranes, but I’d like to keep what’s left of my hearing for a while longer.
Review: Polycom's VoxBox may be the last speaker you'll need
Super clear voice in both directions, Bluetooth connectivity, and a sleek form factor - what else can you ask for?
The portable speaker war rages on as new competitor enters the ring
Harman announced that two of their best portable speakers are making their way to NZ.
Braven introduces lightweight, durable and loud Bluetooth speakers
Braven recently announced two new speakers the Braven Ready Pro and Braven Ready Solo.
UE Wonderboom giveaway, last chance to enter
Wonderboom giveaway winner will be announced on Thursday! This is your last chance to enter.
Hands-on review: UE Wonderboom punches above its weight for sound quality and value
If you’re looking for an affordable, durable, portable speaker with crisp sound quality for day-to-day use, the Wonderboom makes a solid case.